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APSA Statement on #ScholarStrike

The American Political Science Association recognizes the political scientists who participate in #ScholarStrike on September 8-9, 2020, as well as the those who will be engaging in similar discussions at the 2020 APSA Virtual Annual […]

Public Statements

APSA Statement on Detention of Stas Gorelik 

The American Political Science Association expresses concern about the detention of Stas Gorelik, a graduate student in political science at The George Washington University. We understand from reports that Mr. Gorelik was visiting his family and could not return […]

Public Statements

APSA Statement on the Essential Role of Social Scientific Inquiry in Maintaining a Free, Participatory, Civil, and Law-Governed Society

  APSA Statement on the Essential Role of Social Scientific Inquiry in Maintaining a Free, Participatory, Civil, and Law-Governed Society As we approach our virtual 2020 annual meeting, which explores “Democracy, Difference, and Destabilization”, at […]

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APSA Statement Condemning Systemic Racism

The recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have reignited protests and calls for justice in the United States and across the world. These murders are among the latest in a long […]

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APSA Statement on Trump v. Hawaii Ruling

The American Political Science Association stands by its previous condemnations (from January 30, 2017 and March 7, 2017) of the administration’s executive actions to restrict entry to the United States for residents, refugees, and visa holders from Iran, […]

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APSA Sexual Harassment Policy  

Given the ongoing national discussion on sexual harassment, The APSA Council and staff would like to remind all of our members of APSA’s sexual harassment policy, posted here. Harassment of colleagues, students, or other conference participants […]